> Lei Yue Mun
Lei Yue Mun has over 150 years of history. It is an important gateway for entrance to the Victoria Harbor. Lei Yue Mun Light house and the Tin Hau Temple are two distinguish features of Lei Yue Mun, which is also renowned for being the top choice to enjoy seafood. Visitors are attracted by seafood everywhere, for such a small area with thirty odd seafood restaurants.
(Last updated: 14/1/2022)
Yau Tong Station
Exit A1 (Same Level)
Exit B1 (Ramp)
Exit B2 (Same Level) (Lift)
"Domain" is one of the largest shopping malls in East Kowloon. It has an eight-storey building, divided into 6 major themed areas. Each floor has distinctive art installations. On the rooftop is a sky garden with green belts, from which you can have a good view of the Victoria Harbour. The mall has various restaurants and snack bars, which makes both shopping and leisure available; it has convenient transportation, close to MTR Yau Tong Station. There is also a public transport interchange on the MTR floor, near Lei Yue Mun Plaza and Yau Lai Shopping Centre, connecting the MTR station with Domain.
There are a number of barrier-free facilities in Domain, including wheelchair ramps, wheelchair step lifts, accessible toilets, as well as automatic doors and multi-sensing maps on the ground floor.
Address: 38 Ko Chiu Road, Yau Tong, Kowloon
Lei Yue Mun Seafood Street
Whether you head for Lei Yue Mun Seafood Street from Domain or the MTR station, you can walk along Cha Kwo Ling Road and turn into Lei Yue Mun Path when arriving at Shung Shun Street. There you will see the Lei Yue Mun Municipal Services Building with accessible toilets inside. Next to the building is Lei Yumen Arch, the landmark at that place, along which you can enter the Waterfront Sitting-Out Area. Then go straight on until you see a ramp to the entrance of the Seafood Street. On the Seafood Street, there are restaurants in various sizes and with different decorations.
Short comment: Many restaurants in the Seafood Street have a small step at the front door, and the roads in the street are uneven, slippery and narrow. Therefore, the handicapped people or wheelchair users have to be extremely careful when passing.
MTR Yau Tong Station, then the lift at Exit B2 to the ground (Cha Kwo Ling Road)
Address: Lei Yue Mun Praya Road
Tin Hau Temple
Going along Seafood Street will reach Lei Yue Mun Waterfront Promenade and Sam Ka Tsuen, where visitors can enjoy the scenery of Lei Yue Mun Lighthouse and Victoria Harbour on the opposite side, as well as the flavor from fishing villages. Accessible toilets can be found on the promenade. At the end of Sam Ka Tsuen is the Tin Hau Temple which has been classified as Grade 3 historical building in Hong Kong. The Temple built in the 18th year of Emperor Gan Long of Qing Dynasty (1753 A.D.) was said to be built by a pirate Zheng Lian Chang who was the late generations of Zheng Cheng Gong. The Temple has been under renovation in 1953 and 1986 respectively. Outside the temple are many big stones of various shapes with inscriptions made at different years of generations.
Short comment: There is flight of steps at the entrance of Tin Hau Temple where wheelchair users cannot enter.
Address: 3 Lei Yue Mun, approx No. 689 Section
Kwoon Chung Inclusive Rehabus
Take the lift at Exit B2 of MTR Yau Tong Station to the ground (Cha Kwo Ling Road), where there is a Rehabus (paratransit) running between the MTR station to Kwun Tong United Hospital. The bus passes by Lei Yue Mun Municipal Services Building, so wheelchair users can take it to Lei Yue Mun to avoid long sloping roads on the way. However, this route is provided only from Monday to Friday, and suspends on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Those who will take it must note the service time.
Kwoon Chung Rehabus Website: https://www.kcbh.com.hk/rehabus.php
Parking Spaces Designated for the Disabled
|Domain||Ka Wing Street, Yau Tong x1|
|Cha Kwo Ling Road, Yau Tong x1|
|Lei Yue Mun Seafood Street
||Ka Wing Street, Yau Tong x1|
|Tung Yuen Street, Yau Tong x1|
|Tin Hau Temple||Ka Wing Street, Yau Tong x1|
|Tung Yuen Street, Yau Tong x1|